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Christmas Worthy Cocktails

Enjoy Christmas with a few gorgeously festive cocktails...

Baileys Flat White Martini

I N G R E D I E N T S

50ml Baileys Original Irish Cream

25ml Espresso

10ml Milk

Ice cubes

M E T H O D 

Pop some ice cubes into a cocktail shaker and pour in the Baileys.

Add the espresso and milk.

Shake it up until everything is perfectly blended and the liquid is silky smooth.

Strain into a cocktail glass, finish by gently placing three coffee beans on the top of the cocktail and enjoy.

Tip; Try putting your cocktail glass in the fridge to get it chilled right down before serving. If you don't have coffee beans, you could finish your cocktail with a dusting of cocoa powder or crumbled chocolate.

 

 

Recipe by Bailey's

Charlotta Champagne Cocktail

I N G R E D I E N T S

6 small brown sugar cubes

angostura bitters

120 ml brandy

1 large orange , optional

750 ml Champagne or Prosecco

M E T H O D

Pop a sugar cube into each of the 6 old-fashioned Champagne glasses.

Add a few drops of angostura bitters to each cube, then top with a splash of brandy.

If you like, use a zester or speed peeler to peel thin strips of orange peel and add a couple to each glass.

Top them up with Champagne or Prosecco and enjoy. 
 

Recipe by Jamie Oliver

Mulled Juice

A delicious non-alcoholic alternative to mulled wine

Serves: 8

I N G R E D I E N T S 

400ml apple juice

300ml pomegranate juice

300ml cranberry juice

1 cinnamon stick

3 cloves

M E T H O D

Simmer all the ingredients together for approx 10 minutes, to allow the flavours to infuse.

Strain the juice and discard the leftover spices.

Serve hot and enjoy!

 

Recipe & photography by Wallflower Girl

Tags: cocktailschristmas
Posted on 14th December 2015 by Hush

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